This list last updated December 29, 2014.|
Below are a variety of music-related links, many of which have gone into the creation of this site and its lists. A source may be cited more than once if it fits into various categories. A raised letter code such as MM means that source has been footnoted in the blog, generally on a song or album post. By using the letter code instead of numbers, frequent readers will more easily know what resource is being referenced.
Lists – Acts/Music Makers
Lists – Albums
Lists/Resources – Songs
Lists – Other
Also check out the various Magazine links.
There are various organizations which track public performances of songs (primarily via radio) such as ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC. Links to those sites are included below, as well as lists of the most-played songs of all-time, according to various sources.This list has been moved here.
A lot of these links are for individuals and small groups who review albums and have created their own websites (much like the DMDB). For more “professional” reviews, check out the links for general info and buying music.
Many of these are NOT links to the official sites. For some reason, they often do a poor job of archiving past winners.
These are sites that have archived multiple best-of lists.
These are resources for best-of-all-time acts lists.
These are lists created by Dave’s Music Database and posted on the website, blog, or Facebook page. Generally the lists are created by aggregating multiple lists focused on the specific category and factoring in the albums’ status in the overall DMDB database as well.
These are resources frequently cited in blog posts on songs. They cover multiple songs and may or may not be presented in ranked list format.
These are mostly websites for popular music magazines that focus on rock & pop music.